The Best Place For Fall Photography in Simcoe Muskoka

The Simcoe Muskoka region provides a beautiful lens for photography and fall brings out the best of the region highlighting its unique landscape in bright reds and oranges. There’s an abundance of locations and places for photoshoots of all kinds, displaying beautiful backgrounds of Fall in Simcoe Muskoka. Your North Life has created a guide to some of the region’s hidden gems that are sure to be a photographers heaven and will provide their clients with a beautiful backdrop for their photos.

Scanlon Creek Conservation Area, Bradford West-Gwillumbury

Kingfisher trail at Scanlon Creek Conservation Area surrounds you with dense forest of red maple trees and yellow poplar trees. Take a walk through the area to find numerous lookouts and cleared areas that provide panoramic views of beautiful fall colors.

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Awenda Provincial Park, Tiny

The bluff trail at Awenda Provincial Park is a 13-kilometer trail that takes you through an archway of colorful trees and is voted as one of the top places to see fall foliage in Ontario.

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Scenic Caves, Collingwood

Scenic Caves boasts over 15 kilometers of hiking and walking trails. The Lookout Point and Lookout trail is named for its breathtaking views of the Niagara Escarpment. When the leaves turn color, you will see a sea of red and orange showcasing one of the most breathtaking views.

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Earl Rowe Provincial Park, Alliston

The lookout trail at Earl Rowe Provincial Park displays a panoramic view of bright reds and oranges at the top.

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Dorset Fire Tower, Lake of Bays

Climb the observation deck that showcases one of the best views in Muskoka.

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Indian’s Landing in Port Sydney

There’s one maple tree within the area that stretches out towards the river and turns vibrant red during Fall. This tree attracts many photographers because of its unique capture.

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Arrowhead Provincial Park, Huntsville

Big Bend Lookout trail showcases the Big East River that is highlighted by exposed sand bluffs and colors.

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Lion’s Lookout, Huntsville

Overlook the Town of Huntsville with beautiful fall colors interspersed.

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Muskoka’s Lakes

Canoe or kayak along any of Muskoka’s lakes like Lake Vernon or Mary Lake which showcase kilometers of beautiful fall foliage.

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If you explore any of these places and take photographs, we would love to see your work! Tag us @yournorthlife on Instagram and Facebook.

-The BDAR Team

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